“This grant is an opportunity to implement cutting-edge technology that will help our customers better manage their water use,” said Jeff Koska, utilities director for Horseshoe Bay. “We’re grateful for LCRA’s support in helping us promote wiser management of water resources.”
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The League of Minnesota Cities presented the City of Shoreview with the 2019 Sustainable City Award today at the League’s Annual Conference in Duluth. The city was honored for its “Water Consumption and Groundwater Awareness Project.”
City of Marble Falls water customers have a new tool to monitor usage as well as identify leaks before they become serious issues. The city is using the WaterSmart program to help utility customers better track and manage their water use.
Bend Utility has also introduced a new WaterSmart feature to its customers this year — a consumer portal that will notify Bend water customers how much water they use. The program can show you how your water usage compares to properties of the same size.
The WaterSmart app is now letting Buda customers view their daily and hourly water usage, find leaks, compare their water usage to their neighbors and maintain transparency with water utility bills.
The Town of Oro Valley implemented WaterSmart, a new online service for Oro Valley Water Utility Customers. One year later, the Town can say it’s been a successful first year for WaterSmart, with over 4,000 accounts registered and almost 6,000 alerts and additional notifications sent
Shoreview launched WaterSmart three years ago to promote good water stewardship. The city provides 700 million gallons of water annually for its residents via a handful of ground wells, and it won a League of Minnesota Cities sustainability award for the effort this year.
Through WaterSmart customers can track their hourly water use, they can receive suspected leak notifications, evaluate their water bill, find water savings tips and also compare their water use with households of similar size.